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Encanto Potash congratulates Muskowekwan Chief and Councillors on successful 2017 election results
VANCOUVER, April 3, 2017 /- Encanto Potash Corp. (“Encanto” or the “Company”) (TSXV: EPO) is pleased to offer its congratulations to Chief Reginald Bellerose and all returning and new Council members on their election as Chief and Council of the Muskowekwan First Nation. This is the seventh consecutive term for Chief Bellerose and he received overwhelming support once again. For the first time, this election was for a 4 year term in office.
The voting took place on Sunday April 2nd and was administered by the Chief Electoral Officer appointed by the Muskowekwan Council as per the Muskowekwan Election Act.
The following is a list of the successful candidates for the council seats:
- Holly Geddes (Re-elected)
- Calvin Wolfe (Re-elected)
- Jamie Wolfe (Re-elected)
- Leon Wolfe Jr. (Re-elected)
- Cynthia Desjarlais (Re-elected)
- Teryole Wolfe (Re-elected)
- Karen Marie Desjarlais (newly elected)
- Ernest Moise (newly elected)
Encanto President and CEO Stavros Daskos commented: “Congratulations for today brother. There are chiefs that lead people. And there are permanent chiefs.”
Encanto Potash Corp. is a TSX Venture Exchange listed and traded Canadian resource company engaged in the development of potash properties in the Province of Saskatchewan, Canada, the largest producing potash region in the world. Through a joint venture agreement with Muskowekwan Resources Ltd. on our flagship property, Encanto has a project land package which totals approximately 61,000 largely contiguous acres. A Pre-Feasibility Study dated February 28, 2013 titled “Encanto Potash Corp. Technical Report Summarizing the Preliminary Feasibility Study for the Muskowekwan First Nations Home Reserve Project in South Eastern Saskatchewan, Canada” confirms the Proven and Probable KCI Reserves totaling 162 MMt grading 28% (average) which supports primary and secondary mining for over 50 years at an assumed annual rate extraction rate of 2.8 million tonnes.
The technical content of this news release has been reviewed and approved by James Walchuck, a qualified person as defined by NI 43-101.
Encanto Potash Corp.
3123 – 595 Burrard Street
Vancouver, BC V7X 1J1
Tel: (604) 609-6110
For further information: Gary Deathe, Corporate Development, Tel: (647) 728-7987
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